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How Do I Find My Lost iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad?

April 10 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

If you have just lost your Apple mobile device, follow the steps in this tutorial to find it. In order to locate your lost device on the map yourself, you must have the Find My iPhone feature enabled in iCloud prior to losing it. If you have not enabled...

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How to Make Free iPhone Ringtones with iTunes 11

April 6 2014 , Written by Kelly Published on #iOS Tips

There’s something about Android phones that isn’t exactly available with iPhones and my buddies who have an Android phone do make fun of it: you can’t easily have custom ringtones on the iPhone. Now, that’s something Apple should be working on but knowing...

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5 Ways to Boost iPhone WiFi Signal (in iOS 7.x) on iPhone/iPad

April 6 2014 Published on #iOS Tips

It is not often that you face WiFi issues on the iPhone. Apple designed the smartphone to latch onto an available network pretty good. But there are always exceptions and when you get caught into that zone, it kind of sucks. It’s not hard to boost the...

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How to Set Up Your New iPhone the Right Way

April 4 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

You got a new iPhone! Maybe it's a thumbprint-reading 5S or a pastel rainbow 5C. Either way, what now? Here's what you need to get started with your new iPhone, whether you're a first-timer or an iOS pro. Charging Tip As with any smartphone, the iPhone's...

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How to Reduce the White Point on Your iPhone or iPad and Make iOS 7.1 Less Bright

April 3 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

If iOS 7 was difficult or uncomfortable for you to read, then iOS 7.1 could literally be a sight for sore eyes. That's because Apple has included new Accessibility features intended to reduce contrast and enhance usability. One of those reduces the white...

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How to Access iCloud on Mac, Windows and iOS

April 2 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

iCloud makes it possible to share all the most important things in your digital life, from your photos and music to your personal and business documents. You can buy a song from iTunes on your iPhone, and it'll automatically download to your computer...

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Tips: How To Speed Up iOS Tasks Without Jailbreaking

March 31 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

iOS isn’t known for its flexibility and the reputation isn’t entirely undeserved. It doesn’t have a built-in speed dial feature, sharing between third-party apps is a long-winded process, there are no widgets, and syncing files over iTunes isn’t everyone’s...

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How to Transfer Data from Your Old iPad to Your New iPad Air or Retina iPad Mini

March 29 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GET ALL YOUR CONTACTS, CALENDARS, APPS, AND MORE FROM YOUR OLD IPAD ONTO YOUR NEW IPAD AIR OR RETINA IPAD MINI If you've just upgraded to a new iPad Air or Retina i Pad mini from an older generation iPad, transferring all...

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iPhone 6: All The Hardware Rumors So Far

March 27 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Apple's next iPhone is always a heavily rumored affair. We gather all the whispers here and make sense of it. With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, rumors about new and upcoming devices are as thick as an Francisco fog. However, one company...

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How to Fix iPhone or iPad Battery Life Problems on iOS 7.1

March 27 2014 , Written by Kelly Published on #iOS Tips

Apple released iOS 7.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch earlier in the week with number of new features, refinements, improvements and bug fixes. iOS 7.1 does not include any major features so ideally there should not be any major impact on battery life,...

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QuickTip: How To Play YouTube Videos In The Background On IOS 7

March 26 2014 , Written by Kelly Published on #iOS Tips

Some might remember a time when YouTube was an built-in app on iOS devices – you could play YouTube videos in the background, thereby allowing you to use other apps (or turn the screen off) while still being able to listen to the audio of the YouTube...

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iOS 8 Speculations: Taking Stock Of the Rumors

March 25 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

We’re about three months from WWDC 2014, the conference where Apple is expected to announce iOS 8 and subsequently release it when it launches the iPhone 6 (or whatever they’re planning to call the next flagship iPhone model). Apple plays its cards close...

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6 Things Jailbreakers Should Know after the Release of iOS 7.1

March 25 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 7.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which includes a number of new features, improvements, refinements and bug fixes. So here are some of the things you should know if you’ve a jailbroken iOS device running iOS 7...

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How to Delete Photos and Albums from iCloud Photo Stream in iOS 7.x

March 24 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

iCloud Photo Streams in iOS 7 are a great way to share your photos with your friends. But it’s also a great way to share photos across all your devices. Apple designed the Photo Stream as a service that works like social networking but for a limited number...

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How to Jailbreak iOS 7 on Your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch

March 24 2014 , Written by Shirley Published on #iOS Tips

Just 94 days after the release of iOS 7, the team over at evasi0n have once again gifted us with their latest jailbreaking software for the newest version of iOS. The first iteration of evasi0n7 contained Chinese malware, but the subsequent release removed...

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